SOPHIE’S CHOICE

This week in films I should have seen, I’ve finally got round to a big one I’ve been putting off since I found it in a charity shop over a year ago: Sophie’s Choice. The 1982 film is directed and written by Alan J. Pakula, based on the novel of the same name by William […]

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YESTERDAY

I have been looking forward to this film all year. Yesterday is a British film about a struggling musician named Jack, who wakes up one day to discover that the Beatles have been erased from history, leaving him as the only one who can remember them. Naturally – he uses that to his advantage. It’s […]

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TOY STORY 4

It’s fairly here: the film the world has anxiously been anticipating for the past four years is finally in cinemas, and I’m here to talk about it. Toy Story 4 was released on Friday; nine years after it’s last film, 2010’s Toy Story 3 was released. The third film to me, as it was to […]

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SUBMARINE

I’m back on track with films I should have seen, and the film I have ticked off this week is Submarine. The 2010 film is written and directed by Richard Ayoade based on the 2008 novel of the same name by Joe Dunthorne; and stars Craig Roberts, Yasmin Paige, Noah Taylor, Sally Hawkins and Paddy Considine. It’s […]

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GHOST STORIES

First off – I want it to be noted that I watched this as last Sunday’s films I should have seen way in advance, fully planning to post it on time. But if you haven’t heard, I moved on Monday and things got a lot more hectic than expected so here it is, six days […]

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FILMS SET IN LONDON

If you’ve missed the news this week – I have moved to London! Ahh!!! London is a city that has been dear to my heart for as long as I can remember, and I’ve spent years coming to and from it. I’ve worked my butt off for the past six months and I’ve finally made it! […]

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LATE NIGHT

Finally, amidst the busiest time of my life I have managed to get to the cinema. Looking at the listings of my local cinema was a little disheartening, until I saw one I didn’t expect my tiny, three-screen independent cinema eight minutes walk from my house to be showing: Late Night. Written by and starring […]

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GOD’S OWN COUNTRY

Welcome back to another edition of Pride Month Movies! Tom and I are back with the second of six films we’re going to watch across Pride month, and this time it’s God’s Own Country. Written and directed by Francis Lee; it’s a story about a closeted young farmer, whose life changes when his family hires a […]

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BLACK MIRROR SEASON 5

Another year, another semi-surprise season of Black Mirror released to Netflix! Season five of the satirical, futuristic, social commentary anthology series dropped last Wednesday, and I’m here to run though all three episodes. If you’re unfamiliar with the show, this is the pitch Brooker gave to the press before the first season was released in […]

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ATOMIC BLONDE

This week on films I should have seen, I’m ticking off a recent film I’m guilty for not having seen in cinemas to support it. It’s 2017’s Atomic Blonde, and what a ride it was. It’s about an MI6 Agent who is sent undercover in Berlin in the days before the fall of it’s wall; […]

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